I found this picture to be very interesting with its mixture of red, orange, and blue. As I studied the row of rocks jutting out of the water I wondered what it must have been like to be the first person to walk down that beach and stumble upon those odd rocks poking up out of the shore. What did they think as they paused to study each form? Did they feel a sense of admiration for the amazing power of nature or were they startled by the find?
I love the deep blues of the water in this picture. I can only imagine how breathtaking it would be to take a long walk around the blue lake with the open sky and majestic mountain as a backdrop.
It is still hot enough that the picture of this lovely beach makes me wish that I could be there. How nice it would be on a hot afternoon to escape this miserable heat by taking a swim in the cooling water.
As I looked at this beautiful picture I imagined what a pleasant day it would be hiking on that valley trail with the deep blue sky above me. Somehow I imagined that the weather was just right, cool enough to make the walk refreshing, yet warm enough not to have to be weighted down with a bundle of clothes.
As I thought of that winding path, I wondered where that path would take me. Would it lead me to the mountain carrying me higher and higher into its chilly heights? Or would it wind me around its thick base carrying me past little streams, into hidden pastures, and into quiet towns full of mysterious shops?
These roses are absolutely beautiful. When I look at them I cannot help but wonder how glorious the roses in Heaven will be. They are like little post cards from Heaven reminding us of God’s love and calling us to return home.
Source: Roses in Wilson (North Carolina)
When I look at photos like this, I cannot help but wonder what this world must have looked like before sin. Because if, after 6,ooo years of sin this world looks so wondrous, imagine the beauty that must have been when the eye could look at every corner and not find one flaw.